|Hardcover, 343 pages|
Acquired March 2012
Read April 2012
by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Robin is the second half of the story began in The Head of the House of Coombe, telling what happened to Robin and Donal during the Great War.
It's boring. In that weird Burnettian way, we are constantly told how suited Robin and Donal are to one another, and how great of a romance they have, again and again for chapter after chapter, yet we somehow come away without having anything to actually point at that would demonstrate this. The Head of the House of Coombe himself continues to be the best character, but we never get enough of him, of course.
There's some psychic mind powers, but even that turns out to be underdeveloped.